Canadian Engineers may wear an Iron Ring if they participate in the ceremony of "The Ritual of the Calling of an Engineer", also known as the Kipling Ritual or the Iron Ring Ceremony. This ring reflects a commitment to a high standard of professional conduct. Participation in the ceremony is entirely voluntary, and is not religious or associated with any university or professional association. The ceremony and the ring are uniquely Canadian. Out of the 25 camps that administer the ceremony, Camp 8 is the only one in Manitoba.
Replacement Iron Ring? Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include your full name, year of graduation and if you participated in the spring or fall ceremony, and your Iron Ring Obligation number if available.
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The Earth Ring reflects the individual values of practising Geoscientists and the trust society places in them. Specific designs reflect the nature of the profession. For example, the crossed hammer of geology and the seismic trace of geophysics signifies the immediate and the remote exploration of Nature's knowledge.
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